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The cafe shop’s monochrome design is inspired by the Café Yeonam-dong 239-20 in Korea. With a stylish contoured design, the café welcomes visitors with black and white comic strip furniture, walls, and floors. Even the mugs, dishes, and cutlery look like flat line drawings. The whole interior creates an incredible space that makes customers feel like they’ve stepped into another world, where they would have a chance to become an anime character themselves.
This uniquely designed anime-themed café opens to coffee goers several days ago and proves to be a boom for youngsters, especially those into photography, as the café itself makes an amazing background for check-in shoots.
|All the furniture have contoured lines (Photo: Dan Sinh)|
|The interior is a nice background to take picture (Photo: VNE)|
“When I first posted the photo of the café onto the Internet, people kept asking me if I used any photo-editing apps because it looked so surreal”, he added.“This design is called 2D anime, which I’ve seen in Korea before and was really attracted to. Thus, I decided to lend the idea and open a 2D anime café in the middle of Sai Gon”, the owner of the cafe told VNE.
The coffee shop can serve up to 10-12 customers at a time lest it would not make a perfect background for checking-in. Its menu offers a wide choice, from café, fruit tea, yogurt, bubble tea, macchiato. Each serving is priced from VND 18,000 – 45,000. (US $0.78 – 1.95).
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